Martin Bailie produces and presents the three hour show each weekday from 3pm.
There's music and features, and the final hour is dedicated to the news of the day.
"It should answer the '… whatever happened to that story we heard about this morning'…syndrome," says Martin.
He has over 26 years experience in the business and was an award winning radio and television presenter and chat show host in South Africa.
When asked about his role Martin says:
"The job isn't about being difficult and asking rude questions, but is about asking the question that everyone wants answered… or to keep asking it until it's answered."
Needless to say he loves the style of the man he calls 'Rottweiler Paxman ' but considers himself more of an Irish Terrier.
Every day between three and five, Martin presents the 'magazine' part of his programme featuring all kinds of local features as well as the best music from throughout the years, its at five o'clock that things get a bit more serious.
The show features music, interviews, and the final hour is dedicated to the news of the day
The news hour starts each weekday at five o'clock and features all the local and national news, travel, weather, sport and what's on's as well as live interviews and debates.
He dreams of doing a TV version of his radio show, but one look at that receding hairline would put any producer off the idea.
Martin is married and he and his wife have a teenage daughter. They live in Truro.
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